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Visiting the clinic where his lover lies in a coma, Marco forms a life-changing bond with a male nurse standing vigil over a comatose woman he loves. (Netflix)

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English Every time I watch it, I adore this strangely intimate story of human communication, silence and non-fulfillment more and more. Almodóvar works brilliantly with the dynamics of the narrative, the musical inserts give everything a wonderfully slow and deep pace, creating a deep wake of melancholy, into which the stories of Benigno, Marc, Alicia and Lydia fit perfectly. The strange chemistry of two male actors, which absolutely lacks testosterone, silent women, an elusive silent film about unfulfilled desire... a mixture that is more than weird, but also more than masterfully directed all the way to very end, and which, despite that it is bittersweet, does not slip into cheap gestures and literally dances in the rhythm of flamenco somewhere deep in my memory. It is not worth looking for any message or complete meaning in Talk to Her - the only meaning of this film is just an inner and unfinished dialogue with the viewer. Well, I've had this dialogue five times and it's always been inspiring. ()


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English Almodóvar isn't necessarily a filmmaker I actively seek out, but with each of his films, there's a certainty that it will be worthwhile. He has brilliant ideas presented through unconventional human stories, which only amplify their incredible impact on the viewer. Talk to Her is an example of exactly that. ()



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English With his dramas, Pedro Almodóvar gives hope even to the most desperate with all manner of disruption and with but a single scenemanages to express the essence of a character to the viewer without a single word. He tries to get closer to understanding women through this approach and does so through two human and completely believable male characters. In addition, several unexpected plot twists surprise the viewer, especially the main one roughly half an hour before the end, which completely changes the entire tone of the film, as the viewer desperately awaits the unpredictable resolution. ()


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English A look at relationships from different perspectives according to Almondóvar in his best, most accessible and probably most honest film. ()

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